Anapphylaxis

Does My Kid Carry His Autoinjector?

Does My Kid Carry His Autoinjector? 2250 1500 Pablo

One of the major concerns for parents with allergic kids is the impossibility to control their actions and choices as they grow up.  As the child grows, the number of situations which parents have no…

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Never Forget Your Autoinjector Again

Never Forget Your Autoinjector Again 1046 698 Pablo

Forgetting the auto injector is something normal. With all the everyday problems in mind it is easy to forget something that hopefully you will never need. But, what happens if that day is the day you…

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Unique Feature: Be Aware Of Any Change In Your Epinephrine

Unique Feature: Be Aware Of Any Change In Your Epinephrine 1591 945 Pablo

Epinephrine users must monitor the drug condition periodically, with a visual inspection through a small window on the auto-injector, to assess there is no loss of transparency. This action is uncomfortable and stressful and many users…

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Always Be Prepared For An Anaphylaxis Reaction

Always Be Prepared For An Anaphylaxis Reaction 1011 674 Pablo

Training can help ensure that you, as your family and friends, know how to use the epinephrine auto-injector in the event of anaphylaxis. It is important to practice with a training device, an auto-injector similar to…

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Transform Your Auto-Injector Into A Cool Device

Transform Your Auto-Injector Into A Cool Device 1600 900 Pablo

Allergic patients do not usually like the medical appearance of epinephrine auto-injectors. That is why there is a full market of aesthetics cases to cover or replace the original case of the auto-injector, which is completely…

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How anAPPhylaxis Will Help You At The Most Critical Moment

How anAPPhylaxis Will Help You At The Most Critical Moment 1900 2238 Pablo

Some of the symptoms of anaphylaxis may disable the patient, causing them to be incapable of injecting the epinephrine to himself or calling for help. In this situation, just the act of opening the case…

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Be Aware Of Your Auto-Injector Temperature, Wherever You Go

Be Aware Of Your Auto-Injector Temperature, Wherever You Go 1058 705 Pablo

EpiPen® or any other epinephrine auto-injector should be stored between 15°C (59°F) and 30°C (86°F). What happens if it is stored at extreme temperatures? The epinephrine will become ineffective and will not be of any…

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What Happens If My Mobile Phone Runs Out Of Battery?

What Happens If My Mobile Phone Runs Out Of Battery? 1010 672 Pablo

Having the capability of working with a mobile phone provides a wider range of features for the individual. Thanks to its own alert system (LED + Buzz), the AnAPPhylaxis smart case will be able to…

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